Bucs’ Bowles Reacts To Dolphins-Brady Tampering Situation

Following the fallout of the Dolphins’ penalties for tampering with Tom Brady and Sean Payton, Bucs head coach Todd Bowles was requested about it after Wednesday’s apply.

Brady had been in discussions with the Dolphins way back to 2019, however that spilled over to his time with the Bucs final season. Regardless of that, Bowles stated it doesn’t affect his crew and appeared to dismiss the topic.

“The league took care of it,” Bowles stated. “It doesn’t have something to do with us. We attempt to preserve outdoors noise to a minimal, and there’s nothing to be stated on that entrance.”

When requested whether or not it was hurtful to him or a distraction to the Bucs, Bowles as soon as once more sounded unaffected.

“It doesn’t hassle me,” Bowles stated. “There’s simply not quite a bit occurring in sports activities proper now, so we’re not making something greater than this.”

What’s already been a wild offseason has continued on the identical degree since coaching camp started. It began off with the signing of Julio Jones, and now that is subsequent on the docket.

The Bucs will host the Dolphins for joint practices on Aug. 10 and 11. Then, they’ll play in opposition to one another in a preseason sport on Saturday, Aug. 13. After the current information involving either side, these practices and video games simply acquired that rather more attention-grabbing.